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Ep 211 Where is CBA Headed? 24th June 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 211 for the week ending June 23rd 2017. The banking sector continues to be a drag on the broader market with yesterday’s announcement regarding South Australia imposing its own state bank levy on top of the federal levy doing nothing to improve sentiment.

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EP210 Qantas Catches Tailwind 17th June 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 210 for Saturday 17th June 2017. On Friday the Australian market recovered some of Thursday’s losses early in the session before fading into the close ahead of the weekend. Most sectors strengthened except materials.

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EP209 $AMZN Gets A Slap Down 10th June 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast for week ended 9th June 2017. The Australian market continued to slip after big falls in May driven by banking and big miners. Whilst banks had some respite late in the week they still closed 2% to 3% lower albeit off their intra weeks lows.

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Ep 208 Change is in the Air 2nd June 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 208 for Friday 2nd June 2017. US stocks broke nicely from a 4-month ascending triangle to new all time highs. Every index and all but one sector closed at all time record levels.

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Ep 206 What's in Store for Big 4 Banks? 31st May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 206 for Wednesday 31st May 2017. US stocks traded slightly lower after the long weekend. The Dow Jones fell 0.25% and the S&P kept to its tight range slipping 0.1%. Paul Singer, founder of mega hedge fund Elliot Management, suggested the outlook for US stocks was 'bleak' and he'd raised $5 billion to be put to work when markets collapse.

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Ep 205 IP Company to Watch 30th May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 205 for Tuesday 30th May 2017. US markets were closed last night but on Friday they traded in an extremely tight range, the 8th smallest range seen since 1990.

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Ep 202 CCL Starting to Bubble 24th May 2017

Welcome to the On The Chart podcast episode 202 for Wednesday 24th May 2017. Health care and bank stocks pushed higher last night helping Wall Street to its 4th session of gains, albeit the upside was a grind.

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Ep 200 On the Charts for the 200th Time 22nd May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 200 for Monday 22nd May 2017. US stocks followed through after Thursdays gains on back of a strengthening oil price. There was some mixed rhetoric in the media on the outcome of some 'adjustment' to the Trump presidency.

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Ep 199 Whitehaven Coal Digging Deep 19th May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 199 for Friday 19th May 2017. US markets steadied overnight, closing slightly firmer. A significant amount of commentary is suggesting that yesterday’s volatility was options driven, specifically on back of expiry plays.

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Ep 198 The Trump Dump 18th May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 198 for Thursday 18th May 2017. US market volatility finally cracked. The main indices had their largest single day slump for 9-months on mounting concerns about the longevity of the Trump presidency and therefore the sustainability of the pro-growth agenda that the market has hung its hat on for the last 7-months.

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Ep 197 Taking a Bet on Tabcorp 17th May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 197 for Wednesday 17th May 2017. Today is day 3 of our Big Picture week and it’s this week where we take a look at the very long term outlook via monthly charts to assess the correct positioning for the coming years.Our analysis tonight will focus on Gold, Oil, Copper as well as some of the big blue chip names in Australia.

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Ep 195 Big Picture Week 15th May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 195 for Monday 15th May 2017. Today is the start of our special week of looking at the multi-year charts for longer term market direction. 

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Ep 194 Weak Close for the Week 12th May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 194 for Friday 12th May 2017. US stocks traded lower and the Dow extended its losing streak to 3 days. Macy's reported a disappointing drop in profit sending its shares 17% lower and dragging the consumer discretionary sector down with it.

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Ep 193 Record Low Volatility 11th May 2017

Welcome the On The Charts podcast episode 193 for Thursday 11th May 2017. Overnight the Kiwi’s central bank kept interest rate stable but stated they intended to keep them at record lows for an extended period.

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EP192 ASX Small Caps - Game On? 10th May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 192 for Wednesday 10th May 2017. US markets continued to trade in a subdued fashion. The two main indices closed marginally lower but the tech NASDAQ closed at a record high.

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Ep 191 Up and Away with Qantas 9th May 2017

Welcome to the On The Charts podcast episode 191 for Tuesday 9th May 2017. With the French election out of the way and US earnings all but done and dusted, there’s not much happening in the US equities markets.

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